Addressing Suggestibility as a Psychological Phenomenon in Clinical Trials

By WIRB-Copernicus Group
Published: January 2019

Modern clinical trials increasingly rely on technologies to help accelerate startup, capture endpoints, and facilitate recruitment. In the midst of this technological revolution, it becomes increasingly important to understand patient perspectives and to anticipate how subjects in research studies may be impacted by the presence of digital tools, devices, and mobile health applications in clinical research.

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